At the beginning of this year, the International Gutenberg Society, with the help of its member Ernst Reif, founded its first group of cities outside its headquarters in Mainz. In this group of cities, led by Mr. Reif, we would now like to realize various offers for our members and interested people from the Munich area. After two successful events in April, we will continue in May with a guided tour through the private museum Goldschagg.
The founder Rolf Goldschagg had always been fascinated by the idea of preserving testimonies from the world of "black art" for the future. When he retired in 1991 as head of administration at Süddeutscher Verlag, this dream took on concrete form. From his passion for the craftsmanship of the lead age, his collection has developed into a private museum of printing and typesetting technology, including a workshop. After the death of the museum founder Rolf Goldschagg on 18 August 2006, it was only the siblings Christian and Gisela Goldschagg who took over the sponsorship. In the meantime, the Schall family continues to run the museum in the spirit of the deceased.
Since guided tours of the private museum are only possible by appointment for groups, you should take this unique opportunity to visit the premises together with the members of the International Gutenberg Society.
Date: May 09, 2019
Time: 17:00 o'clock
Location: Goldschagg Private Museum, Karl-Schmid-Str. 20, 81829 Munich, Germany
The museum is easily accessible by public transport. For example, take the U2 from the centre in the direction of Messestadt Ost: stop "Am Moosfeld", exit Kirtaweg. Footpath to Stahlgruberring (signposted). At the bus stop of line 194 "Karl-Schmid-Str." turn right, after about 100 m Karl-Schmid-Str. turns left.
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